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Court gives vets helpPolice: Woman dragged from home
May 25, 2013 WARREN — City police reported that a 22-year-old Palmyra Road woman needed medical attention Thursday after a man kicked in the door of one residence and, after punching her and dragging her from th...Memorial Day events planned
May 25, 2013 HOWLAND — There will be a flag retirement ceremony from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday at Howland United Methodist Church, 730 Howland Wilson Road N.E.Warren’s grant extended
May 25, 2013 WARREN — Firefighters hired under the 2010 Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response program can breathe a sigh of relief as the city has been approved to use $1.Woman, child unharmed in shooting
May 25, 2013 WARREN — City police said a 41-year-old man did not provide any information when they asked him who shot him in the leg and came close to shooting his girlfriend and her 3-year-old daughter late...News In Brief
May 25, 2013 Police suspect burned car is arson case YOUNGSTOWN — Police are investigating possible arson charges after a car was found burning Friday morning on the city’s East Side.
It’s Harry Stevens DayEngineer rejects claim of spying
May 24, 2013 WARREN — A worker in the Trumbull County Engineer’s Office is claiming his boss, Engineer Randy Smith, had audio devices installed in employee work areas and in the men’s and women’s locker rooms t...Dealer gets 20 years in heroin case
May 24, 2013 WARREN — A judge called a Youngstown heroin dealer ‘‘every parent’s worst nightmare’’ before handing him consecutive sentences and a 20-year prison term for supplying the drugs that killed a...Accused of lewd acts with young relative
May 24, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — Investigators say a city man who is a registered sex offender sent pictures of himself engaged in sex acts with a young female relative to an undercover FBI agent.Niles man gets 5 years in slashing
May 24, 2013 WARREN — A Niles man seemed dumbfounded when a judge asked him why he followed another man out of a bar and attacked him, using a box cutter to try to slash his throat.An all-American ride
May 24, 2013 ...Murder suspect triggers scuffle
May 24, 2013 WARREN — A 21-year-old man wanted for murder in Detroit complained about the shackles around his waist Thursday, touching off scuffles inside and outside the courtroom of Trumbull County Common Plea...Indictment: Man made threats to president
May 24, 2013 A federal grand jury returned a two-count indictment charging a Youngstown man with making threats against President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle.News In Brief
May 24, 2013 Man facing death penalty in shooting YOUNGSTOWN — A city man accused in the shooting of a woman earlier this week is facing the death penalt.
Barn burns in Newton TownshipWarren’s Ailes receives honor
May 23, 2013 It’s been more than 50 years since Roger Ailes graduated from Warren G. Harding High School, but the roots he grew here still run deep, according to those who know him.Police nab shooting suspect
May 23, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — Police arrested a suspect in Tuesday’s North Side shooting that killed one and wounded another. Willie Wilks Jr.D&L officials defend the company
May 23, 2013 COLUMBUS — A Mahoning Valley injection-well operator whose former senior officer faces federal charges of violating the Clean Water Act told a state regulatory panel Wednesday that the company can’...Pilot for a day
May 23, 2013 VIENNA — Outfitted in a pint-sized flight suit and a pink U.S. Air Force ball cap, Kylee Vidas, 9, was ready to be Pilot for a Day on Wednesday at the Youngstown Air Reserve Statio.Chief nabs man in burglary
May 23, 2013 LORDSTOWN — Police Chief Brent Milhoan admitted it’s not often law enforcement gets to catch a thief in the act. On Wednesday, the odds changed.Authority to help finance racino
May 23, 2013 VIENNA — The Western Reserve Port Authority will fund construction of the track, horse stables, parking lots and other buildings planned for the new Austintown racino and then lease the buildings...Executive director retains her post
May 23, 2013 VIENNA — A deal that would allow the Western Reserve Port Authority to finance $60 million of the $125 million Austintown racino project helped hedge Wednesday’s decision by some of the port...
May 23, 2013 Gunman takes cash in home invasion WARREN — City police are investigating a Tuesday morning home invasion at a residence on Jackson Street S.W.